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Posted by Admin On August - 2 - 2011

Welcome to Lakewood Soccer Association

The Lakewood Soccer Association is a volunteer, nonprofit organization serving the community of Lakewood, Ohio, since 1982. Our mission is to provide the youth of Lakewood with the benefits and enjoyment of a team sport that develops soccer players through quality instruction while promoting sportsmanship, teamwork and physical activity.

 

 Saturday Soccer updates:

 

Game #4 is this Saturday, April 30, at Memorial Field.

 

Game schedules are posted on the ‘Saturday Soccer’ page. Teams that play games at 8:30 a.m. are responsible for sending at least two adult volunteers to Memorial Field by 7:30 a.m. to help set up the fields.

 

If you have questions, please contact Saturday Soccer commissioner Ken Bohac at bohac91@gmail.com or 216-469-1101.

 

 U7-U14 footskills are on Mondays at Lakewood Park. The next footskills sessions are on Monday, May 2. The U7-U8 session runs from 5:30-6:20 p.m. The U9-U14 session is from 6:30-7:20 p.m.

 

U5-U6 FUNdamentals are on Thursdays at Lakewood Park. The next FUNdamentals are on Thursday, May 5. The U5 session will take place from 5:30-6:20 p.m. The U6 session is from 6:30-7:20 p.m.

 
LSA Executive Board

Here are LSA’s elected executive board members for 2016:

President: Matt McIntire

Vice President:

Treasure: John D. Hueter

Secretary: Carey Morrissey

 

Lakewood Soccer Association Families and Friends

LSA needs your help to help others. We have many Lakewood families who have children with the desire to play soccer but lack the resources to buy the necessary uniform or cleats.

You can help by donating LSA uniforms, shin guards and cleats that you no longer use. LSA will have a donation bin at both in-person registration signups (info below), the Spring Coach’s Meeting (details TBA) and at our concession stand the mornings of our games.

With your help, we can get more kids involved in playing the greatest game on Earth!

 

Ohio Legislative Service Commission: Guidelines on Concussions and Head Injuries

Concussion in Youth Sports: Ohio’s Return To Play Law

Ohio Department of Health Concussion Information Sheet